Roxanne was called to the New Brunswick and Ontario Bars in 2003. She practiced in New Brunswick and Ontario before settling in Calgary in 2008. She joined Carbert Waite LLP in 2008 and became a partner in 2013. Roxanne’s litigation practice focuses on employment law, commercial litigation, and health law.
Roxanne is an experienced employment lawyer and represents both employers and employees in a wide range of complex employment law matters. Roxanne’s employment practice includes drafting employment agreements and workplace policies, advising on compliance with employment related laws, conducting workplace investigations, representing clients in disability claims and human rights complaints, advising on terminations and negotiating settlements of wrongful and constructive dismissal claims.
Roxanne also regularly represents clients in commercial litigation matters (including contract and shareholder disputes) as well as litigation and arbitration of construction matters (including builders’ liens, contractual disputes, deficiency disputes and condominium matters).
Roxanne has appeared before Superior and Appeal Courts in New Brunswick and Ontario, and in the Court of Queen’s Bench in Alberta, and has represented clients at various administrative boards.
Roxanne has served as a Director of the Association of Women Lawyers since 2009 and is currently AWL’s President. She is also a member of the Women in Law Leadership Awards organizing committee.
University of Western Ontario
(M.P.A., 2002; LL.B., 2002)
Law Society of Alberta (2008)
Law Society of Upper Canada (2003-2008)
Law Society of New Brunswick (2003-2008)
Canadian Bar Association
Calgary Bar Association
Association of Women Lawyers